|Volt - Vate|
“This release from Vate is really top notch stuff. I dont know if its just cause i have been out of contact for a while, but this really just hit the right note with me. The first track (“Turismo”) is just really trippy and really reminds me of the “trancy” stuff from the early 90’s with a 2007 overhaul. The second track (“Orient Stress“), which is also featured on the previous release from Vate, has a pulsating tribal rhythm with growling basslines set to a slamming breakbeat...
Keywords: vate; mexico; electronic; music; electronica
|Epoxia - Epoxia|
Epoxia is a joint project of Vate and Luar. It started at the beginning of the nineties. Luar conceived some songwriting ideas and Vate contributed in the technical and musical side. The first orientation of their music was rock and from 1997 to 1998 they recorded the primitive versions Soberbia Epiritual and El Hombe Nuevo, with Luar making the lyrics and playing the bass and making the basic layout of the songs and Vate programming and adding the general structure...
Keywords: vate; epoxia; mexican electronic music; mexico
|Aeronáutica y Otras Tecnologías - Vate|
"This record is a great journey into a Kraftwerk-like electro-world and beyond. You can see it in the music, but also in the names of compositions, cover design etc., all that epanage that makes listening to music more than just listening to music. You may feel an atmosphere of a naive, self-ironic belief in science and its importance in art." galaktycznyzwiad
Keywords: vate; mexico; aeronautica; big beat; ambient; electronica
|Orient Stress - Vate|
Sencillo del próximo album Volt / Single from the forthcoming album Volt.
Keywords: mexico; vate; electronic music; musica electronica; netlabel; electronica; electronic
|Cachonda - Vate|
Cachonda and Cachonda (Foreplay), altogether with Diablo and Por debajo del Agua were done originally for the videohome Cumbia cachonda from director Christian González. Kukita is an original track from Manuel Neztic. Patria / Extranjero and Stravisky appear in their original version in the album Volk.
Keywords: vate; cachonda; electro; cumbia; volk; dance; electronic; remix